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Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Common Core Data 2008-2009

18 Primary Schools in Lawrenceville, GA

Benefield Elementary School
1221 Old Norcross Rd
Bethesda Elementary School
525 Bethesda School Rd
Cedar Hill Elementary School
3615 Sugarloaf Pkwy
Corley Elementary School
1331 Placeeasant Hill Rd
Craig Elementary School
1075 Rocky Rd
Dyer Elementary School
713 Hi Hope Rd
Freeman’s Mill Elementary School
2303 Old Peachtree Rd
Gwin Oaks Elementary School
400 Gwin Oaks Dr
J. A. Alford Elementary School
2625 Lawrenceville Hwy
Jackson Elementary School
1970 Sever Rd
Kanoheda Elementary School
1025 Herrington Rd
Lawrenceville Elementary School
122 Gwinnett Dr
Lovin Elementary School
1705 New Hope Rd
Margaret Winn Holt Elementary School
588 Old Snellville Hwy
Mckendree Elementary School
1600 Riverside Pkwy
Rock Springs Elementary School
888 Rock Springs Rd
Simonton Elementary School
275 Simonton Rd
Taylor Elementary School
600 Taylor School Dr

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